Ekoostik Hookah Live at The Drop Shop on 1996-01-27
- Live concert
- Ekoostik Hookah
d1t01.//Comin' Back to Me
d1t06.Faces in the Crowd
d1t09.Ol' Montana Red Dog
d1t10.Sure Cure for the Blues
d2t02.Ballad//of Sam McCully
d2t04.Heavens to Mergatroid
d2t05.And When I Die
d2t06.Deep River Blues
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|d1t01.Comin' Back to Me|
|d2t05.And When I Die|
|d2t04.Heavens to Mergatroid|
|d1t10.Sure Cure for the Blues|
|d1t06.Faces in the Crowd|
|d1t09.Ol' Montana Red Dog|
|d2t02.Ballad of Sam McCully|
|d2t06.Deep River Blues|
*Steve Sweeney is missing from the mix until d1t03 ~3:53.
*Fits on 2 80 minute CDR's if you put d2t11.Loner on disk 1.
*These shows were recodrded by some guy (don't remember his name) who would take a cheap home stereo dual-cassette deck to shows and this night they let him plug into the board. The cassette used to record this either had something on it prior to this recording, or his tape heads were out of alignment, or both resulting in a few seconds at the begining of "Ballad of Sam McCully" where you can hear either a residual recording or opposite side of the cassette being played backwards. I gave him 2 Maxel XL II 90 cassettes and he probably dubbed it on the same cassette deck, which I think was a Techniques brand. There's some tape wear around the tape flips that take a few seconds for the high end to return and the sound to stabilize.
*All problems are short lived and eventually get sorted out and it turns into is a pretty decent recording.
- 2011-04-27 09:57:00
- Cass>cass: ? (possibly a Technics dual-cassette deck) Cass>cdr: playback on Onkyo TA-6210 > HHB CDR-850 in 2000. CDR>flac via eac (secure mode) 1/22/2011
- Huntington, WV
- Transferred by
- The Drop Shop
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